Apple's new Safari Safeguard policy, according to the Internet's privacy principle, has inspired anti-tracking techniques with anti-Mozilla anti-surveillance policies.
Apple has warned online advertising providers and web developers that blocking them if they know they are quickly tracking users' actions through the Safari browser.
The company has released a WebKit – Safari browser engine that describes the types of anti-monitoring techniques it has developed.
The new policy also deals with the practices that the company considers to be harmful to users and to the unexpected consequences of such countermeasures.
"If the party tries to bypass our control methods, we may impose additional restrictions without prior notice. These restrictions can be applied around the world, objects classified by the algorithm or by some parties involved in the transit, "the statement said.
"Using Security Vulnerability"
It is clear that the Company does not provide specific conditions for certain parties. The new policy: "We view circumvention of countermeasures as hazardous as to exploit the vulnerability."
Publishers and companies are very much in control of the Internet – collecting hidden information about user activity on the Internet.
This practice is normally targeted to targeted ads, but its impacts are not limited to displaying relevant ads, as it allows sellers to create detailed files about your interests – this leads to loss of privacy.
Apple prohibits any tracking without user consent or warning, since it launched a Web search two years ago using Smart Tracking Protection (ITP).
This technology is designed to reduce the risk of tracking sites for advertisers through the Safari browser on iOS and Mac, and to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns without damaging your privacy.
The new policy seeks to prevent all traces of traces and traces on all sites, even if they are not confidential, unless the user's consent to the search is received.
Also, Apple has stated that it is attempting to limit the controlling practices, especially the potential impacts, of undesirable effects because they rely on technology that can be used for controlling the Like button.